Honors & Awards


 

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In 2016, The Theatre Department's film project, "REDUX" was selected for two film festivals: the Los Angeles CineFest (ranked one of the top 100 Best Reviewed Festivals on FilmFreeway) , and the Doc Sunback Film Festival in Mulvane, Kansas.

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Marlo Griffith, Theatre Design & Technology senior - National Kennedy Center Award: Distinguished Achievement in Sound Design andEngineering for musical, "Smokey Joe's Café".

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Assistant Professor Cate Wieck - National Kennedy Center Award: Distinguished Costume Design for musical, "Smokey Joe's Café".
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In 2015, Wichita State University Theatre program's first full-length feature film, "After Midnight," written and directed by WSU Director of Theatre Bret Jones and featuring theater and musical theater students and alumni, won second place for Best Film Crew/Student Feature at the Bare Bones International Independent Film and Music Festival in Muskogee, Oklahoma. The Bare Bones International Independent Film and Music Festival honors independent motion picture projects around the world. It has been recognized as one of the best festivals for new and emerging filmmakers and was named a top 20 documentary festival by PBS.